Loose Ends Place
AKC Golden Retrievers.
State Licensed and inspected by veterinarian
Breeding / Litters 2021
We are happy to announce that our girl Queen had a honeymoon with Henry. Resulting in a happy healthy litter.
We currently have 1 sturdy boy and a pretty girl ready for their new home.
Born 27 Nov.2021
You can see the available pups by clicking on Henry/Queen puppies in the menu.
Queen with her first litter of puppies. Whelped 27 Nov. 2021
You can view this litter pedigree at the following link https://www.k9data.com/fivegen.asp?ID=998825&type=hip
Puppy Sales Information
***We do NOT breed over sized dogs or "show" dogs. Our dogs are field bred for intelligence and health. They are bred first and foremost as family pets that are within breed standard for size and come from healthy parents. The average weight for a female on maturity is anywhere from 55 to 65 pounds. For a male, between 65 to 75 pounds. If you are looking for a 90 pound dog look elsewhere, if you are looking for a show champion look elsewhere.*****
Costs and what you get In Purchase of Puppy
*We are required to collect state of Neb. tax.
Full AKC reg papers are given
No kennel name requirement
Full health Records on puppy and copies of Hip, Elbow, DNA testing of parents
All Vet recommended vaccines and worming
Puppy Packet with a puppy training book to help you start your puppy on the way to good doggy manners.
All paperwork as required by the state of Nebraska
* We use paypal for all transactions.
The advantages of adopting an older puppy when available.
Older puppies are further along in their vaccinations meaning less trips to the vet. They are as a rule easier to house train than a younger pup, They have experienced more "life" and being older are ready to further their experiences with trips out and about town. They are more mature and able to absorb basic training when done kindly.
Our puppies get weekly grooming. They are used to baths, blow dryers, nail trimming and the brush and comb. A note to keeping baths easy is NEVER soak the pup's head with soap and water. We stop shampooing on the neck behind the ears. After the bath we wipe the head with puppy wipes. If you don't frighten a pup with soap and water in eyes the pup doesn't mind being bathed.